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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Cooraclare, a village near Kilrush, in County Clare, Ireland, was formally part of the parish of Kilmacduane. Nearby is the village of Cree which is in the parish of Cooraclare. There is a primary school, Montessori school, three public houses O' Doherty's, O'Keeffe's and Tubridy's is also a guest house, a post office (Garry's) two shops Daly's and Tom Macs country shop and a flower shop. Old Parochial House (c1872), a former Parish Priets's house provides self catering in restored stables. The community centre in the village was inaugurated in 1993 and also there is a sports complex added to it the following year. The previous community centre was the Marion Hall situated at the back of Tom McNamaras country shop. It also has a GAA Sports Field situated just outside the village in the townland of Carhue.
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  • Paperback | 84 pages
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